Beijing Review – Norway Report 2018

Diplomatic relations between China and Norway were re-established in December 2016 after a six-year hiatus. Both countries are renewing their commitment to one another and building on their strong partnership which dates back to 1950. ‘Since the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between our two countries, Chinese businesses have shown increased interest in Norway’, says Finn Kr. Aamodt, Director of Invest in Norway, the governmental investment promotion agency of Norway. ‘High-level delegations from China are actively exploring investment opportunities in Norway’.
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Norway Report 2018

Working Towards a ‘Golden-era’ of Sino-Norwegian relations
January 18, 2018

Working towards a ‘Golden-era’ of Sino-Norwegian relations

Diplomatic relations between China and Norway were re-established in December 2016 after a six-year hiatus. Both countries are renewing their commitment to one another and building on their strong partnership which dates back to 1950.

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Diplomatic relations between China and Norway were re-established in December 2016 after a six-year hiatus. Both countries are renewing their commitment to one another and building on their strong partnership which dates back to 1950.

‘Since the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between our two countries, Chinese businesses have shown increased interest in Norway’, says Finn Kr. Aamodt, Director of Invest in Norway, the governmental investment promotion agency of Norway. ‘High-level delegations from China are actively exploring investment opportunities in Norway’.